If you'd like details (Synopsis, Cast Requirements, sample pages, and a photo or two) about plays listed here that are available for production, here's a link to my page at the Alliance of Los Angeles Playwrights (ALAP)
I became a produced playwright at age 11, when my graduation tome, "An Afternoon in Rio," was produced by the sixth grade at Wilshire Crest Elementary School. To this day, I do not understand why my pointing off and out, above the audience, exclaiming, "Oh, look! There's Sugar Loaf Mountain!" got such a huge laugh. I thought it a very convincing moment.
At 16, I became a member of the first theatre class taught by John Ingle, fresh out of Occidental College, suddenly presented with the brand-new, and third largest, theater stage in Los Angeles - at Hollywood High. It was, and remains, a barn. (One learns to project in a 1,500 seat auditorium with no acoustics.) He chose my adaptation of "The Land of Oz," for the annual Holiday production. I danced in the Flower Ballet.
My first published story appeared in Jack & Jill magazine, "My Brother, Johnny Crawford" (Surprise!); shortly thereafter, I became the Young Hollywood gossip columnist for Teen Life Magazine, Sterling Publications, New York.
Then came Real Life.
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